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From the pages of Private Eye

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Don't know if this has been flagged up in another forum but from the latest edition of the Eye

Number Crunching

£13,000
Minimum wage for privates in British Army serving in Iraq following public sector pay review last week

£133,000
Minimum wage for Geoff Hoon, defence secretary, following public sector pay review last week.

No further comment needed really
 
#2
Someone should make a poster of this before the election.

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A_team_lewis said:
But only TCH could do his job, he's unique.
Nominations for anyone who could do it worse?
Well you can start with the 600+ other politicians currently in parliament, each and every one of whom has the personal motto - 'Sod the job, look after No 1'.
 
#6
my dog!!

wait no, sorry he couldnt, he has a modicum of intelligence and doesnt blame other dogs when he makes a mess! :twisted:
 
#8
OK I'm not saying he deserves £113k but let's be real. The post is one of the hardest jobs in government and should have a hefty salary attached. Done well, I think that a minister should earn that much.
 
#9
I agree a minister should earn that much. Now will TCH get off his fatarse and start earning it.
 
#10
remember that it's not only his salary which is a reward for being BLiar's pal, plus he'll get an automatic peerage as well as non-executive directorships on loads of companies and all the other perks which will make him a multi-millionaire. Every one of our senior politicians goes on to become extremely wealthy - even if they're corrupt beyond belief (Archer, Mandelson, Aitken...) - cos they get the contacts. Jobs for the boys.

I think TCH deserves to be strung up. Imagine the laughing stock - proud Sergeant Major looking up at his Warrant parchment thingy and seeing the signature of that nosher on it. How embarassing!
 
#12
Not forgetting ofcourse the very nice pension recently negotiated with Norwhich Union they will all get, and oh yes thats right it is a hell of a lot more than the one forced upon you
 
#16
Flash, can i have permission to print that as a placcard for the blackwatch welcome home march?

I wonder if i could get my pic with that placcard into the local paper :D

A_S
 
#19
The Lord Flasheart said:
Feel free AS. If you want, I could knock a better one up. Did that one in about 5 minutes! :wink:
If you would be so good old chap

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